DRACULA MILK TOAST Dracula Milk Toast is a progressive alternative three piece band from San Francisco that you should definitely check out. A bit of the dark side with psychedelic overtones set the feel of DMT. CBS execs liked the band enough to cough up the funds for their last demo which was produced by Sandy Pearlman (Blue Oyster Cult, the Clash, the Dictators). It landed DMT a performance role in a feature film and two songs on the motion picture soundtrack CD "Bad Channels" starring Martha Quinn. Released by Paramount Video in July '92 it has become somewhat of a "B" movie success throughout the U.S., Europe, and Japan, most recently airing on Cinemax and H.B.O. The soundtrack recieved rave reviews in Pulse and Billboard.
DMT is Neil DeYoung, bassist and vocals, who was a mainstay of the N.Y. underground scene as a leading member of punk band Montalbans. Edward Michaels, drummer and vocalist from San Francisco, who has played with everyone from Lethal Gospel to the Zydeco Flames, Claire Bellino and the Flying Monkeys, to playing the Montreaux Jazz Festival with Roy Rogers and the Delta Rhythm Kings. Murat Pazar guitarist and vocalist, the most recent addition to DMT, comes from Istanbul, Turkey, having cut his teeth in several popular bands in the Turkish underground rock scene.
DMT recently recorded at Hyde Street Studios in San Francisco with engineer Matt Kelly. A seven song CD and a five song cassette is soon to be released.
I highly recommend that you check this band out. You won't be disappointed.
-American Music Press
Dracula Milk Toast can be reached at (415) 861-0478